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Visit the Innovation Showcase, featuring clean energy solutions from Canada, Austria, India, China, Italy, Japan, Sweden, the US and United Arab Emirates.

Check out dynamic exhibits, presentations and activities geared toward addressing the challenges and seizing the opportunities in this clean-growth century.

Free admission, but all visitors must register by May 24, 2019

Free admission
Register for the
Innovation Showcase

Location Icon Vancouver Convention Centre, West Building (1055 Canada Place)
Clock with Face May 28: 9am-5pm
May 29: 9am-4pm


Interaction at the Innovation Showcase

The Innovation Showcase features innovators and their solutions from four key technology clusters:

Innovation Showcase highlights:

  • Clean energy exhibits, presentations and solutions from over 100 exhibitors
  • Meet leading experts on energy efficiency, clean power/electricity, reducing emissions, and clean fuels & mobility
  • A dynamic Innovation Theatre program, featuring Armchair Dialogues, Spark Talks, Reverse-Challenge Pitch presentations and Rapid-fire Pitch competitions
  • Networking opportunities with entrepreneurs and investors


Participate in Side Events

The Conference hosts more than 50 Side Events featuring dynamic conversations between key figures in the clean economy. Most side events are available for complimentary registration.  If you’re interested in attending any of these sessions, please reach out to the contact provided to request an invitation.

Vancouver Convention Centre, West Building

Reverse Pitch Challenges

The Innovation Theatre features a demand-pull platform to support and accelerate clean innovation by connecting corporate leaders and investors. Six innovation partners have defined reverse pitch challenges and are seeking innovative business models, solutions and technology during CEM-MI.

The Reverse Pitch Challenge is a unique opportunity for growing cleantech innovators to secure exclusive access to some of Canada’s largest organizations.

For additional information, please contact alice.martin@globeseries.com.

Our Challenge Partners are:


Confirmed Exhibitors

Absolute Combustion
Advanced Intelligent Systems
AGORA Energy Technologies
Alfa Laval
American Nuclear Society
ARC Nuclear Canada
Atlas Power Generation
AVL Engineering
Ballard Power Systems
BC Biocarbon
Blue Source Methane
Canada Pavilion
Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers
Canadian Gas Association/Natural Gas Innovation Fund
Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association
Canadian Nuclear Association
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories
Canadian Solar
Carbon Engineering
CarbonCure Technologies
Carlsun 7GFUELS
Chevron Canada
Chevron Virtual Reality Installation
Climate Finance Funds
CMC Research Institutes
CORE Energy Recovery Solutions
Council of Environmental Cooperation
CWB Group
Emissions Reduction Alberta
Enbridge Gas
Field Upgrading
First Light Fusion
Foresight Cleantech Accelerator
Foresight Cleantech Accelerator Centre
Forge Hydrocarbons Corporation
G4 Insights Inc.
Generation Atomic
Gentherm Global Power Technologies
Hydrogen In Motion
iGEN Technologies

International CCS Knowledge Centre
Ionomr Innovations
Italian Ministry of Economic Development (MISE)
Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Development (ENEA)
Italian Trade Commission
Lab 498
Mission Innovation India
Moltex Energy
Morgan Solar
National Energy Board
National Nuclear Laboratory (UK)
National Research Council (CNR)
North Robotics
Nuclear Energy Institute
NuScale Power
OECD Nuclear Energy Agency
Opus One Solutions
Pani Energy
Parkland Fuels
PETRONAS Energy Canada Ltd.
Portable Electric
Powertech Labs
Private Financing Network
Province of BC
Quadrogen Power Systems, Inc.
Recover Energy
Red River College
Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth (RITE)
RISE Sweden
Robbox Tools
SAF+ Consortium
Schneider Electric
Shell Canada Limited
Steeper Energy
Sustainable Marine Energy
Switch Power Corporation
SYLVIS Environmental Services
TC Energy Corporation
Terrestrial Energy
Thin Film AOP
UBC Clean Energy Research Centre
United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority
Waste to Energy Generating
Westport Fuel Systems
World Energy Congress

Special Feature:  Canada’s Living Lab

Be sure to check out the Living Lab in the Canada Pavilion, where you’ll have a chance to witness Canada’s energy future in action through interactive presentations and demonstrations:

May 28
Enerkem – Turning Trash into Clean Fuels and Chemicals

Benefuel – Sustainable Fuel and Chemical Production from Low-Cost Renewable Feedstocks

Terrestrial Energy and Carbon Engineering –  Revolutionary Nuclear Technology and Direct Air Capture Removing CO2 Directly from the Atmosphere

National Energy Board

May 29
UBC Clean Energy Research Center

Sustainable Marine Energy – Tidal Energy Technology Anchor Solutions for Marine Current Turbines

GHGSAT – World’s First High-Res Satellite Monitors Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Global Industrial Sites

Portable Electric – Clean, Mobile Electricity from Lithium Ion Battery Banks



Virtual Reality Theatre

Chevron and Woodside, co-venturers in the proposed Kitimat LNG Project, are advancing the world’s first all-electric LNG plant powered by renewable hydroelectricity from BC Hydro. Conference attendees are invited to experience the project through lifelike 2D or 3D animation at the Kitimat LNG virtual reality theatre. Visitors can soar over Douglas Channel, swoop down on the Kitimat Plant site, or crest the Coast Mountains while following the Pacific Trail Pipeline route. It’s an experience you won’t soon forget.

Exhibit at the Innovation Showcase

  • Showcase your organization to international government leaders and their delegations
  • Take advantage of unique networking opportunities to meet business leaders seeking to invest in new technologies
  • Demonstrate your product in a vibrant, interactive environment and generate new business leads

For more information, please contact Will Broad at will.broad@globeseries.com.

  • Warning Symbol

    In order to maintain a secure environment at CEM10/MI-4, registrants will be required to provide government-issued photo ID for verification to gain entry to the Convention Centre. On-site registration staff will be unable to badge registrants who do not meet this requirement.

    For this reason, badge pick-ups on behalf of other registrants will not be permitted without a completed Badge Pick-Up Form which can be requested from register@cemmi2019.ca.